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WiFi that locates you

WiFi that locates you
We’ve all been there, impatiently twiddling our thumbs while trying to locate a WiFi signal. But what if, instead, the WiFi could locate us? According to researchers at MIT’s Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory (CSAIL), it could mean safer drones, smarter homes and password-free WiFi.
6th April 2016

The first deployment of the Infinera Mobile Fronthaul Solution

Infinera has announced the first deployment of the Infinera Mobile Fronthaul Solution in Malaysia. With the recently deployed Infinera Mobile Fronthaul Solution, PCS now offers mobile operators high-bandwidth mobile fronthaul as part of its innovative mobile wholesale service from the central office all the way to a shared cell tower. 
5th April 2016

High-frequency radar can monitor environment in 360°

High-frequency radar can monitor environment in 360°
Nowadays it is impossible to imagine industry without robots. Safety laser scanners mostly safeguard dangerous areas and protect people from collisions. But optical sensors have their limitations, for instance when plastic surfaces, dust or smoke obstruct their line of sight. Fraunhofer researchers have developed a new, high-frequency radar scanner that cuts through these obstacles. It can monitor its environment in a 360-degree radius, making it ideal for safety applications wherever people and robots work together.
1st April 2016


Wireless charging solutions from ST

ST offers a suite of products, including Digital Controllers, power MOSFETs, and integrated receiver ICs, to support Wireless Charging applications for Wearable, Consumer, and Automotive Devices.
31st March 2016

Reverse path amplifiers offer maximum upstream bandwidth

Qorvo has added ten DOCSIS 3.1-ready reverse path amplifiers to its portfolio, enabling cable broadband service providers with the fastest data rate capabilities required for high-bandwidth content uploading. Qorvo's products for HFC and FTTH applications include the RFCA8830 and RFCA1008 reverse path power amplifiers capable of operating up to 300MHz – well beyond the current return path requirement of 204MHz.
31st March 2016

Wireless charging for the Galaxy S7

Wireless charging for the Galaxy S7
Samsung’s newest feature rich smartphone, the Galaxy S7, will benefit from wireless charging thanks to a collaboration with Integrated Device Technology (IDT). IDT technology includes all of the hardware and software needed to enable mobile devices to be charged without a wired connection.
29th March 2016

Start building your smart home

Start building your smart home
To target a transformation of the smart home market, Protonet has launched the new Protonet ZOE, on Indiegogo. Protonet ZOE has a mobile interface, called the Smart Home Hub which understands 1,500 voice commands, learns additional vocabulary with every software update and syntax detection of new sentences. 
24th March 2016

Transmitter coil saves space in Qi wireless charging pads

Transmitter coil saves space in Qi wireless charging pads
  Suitable for use in WPC-compatible Tx circuits operating with 19V input for up to 10W wireless charging applications, Vishay Intertechnology has introduced an AEC-Q200-qualified, powdered-iron-based, WPC-compliant wireless charging A10 type transmitter coil.
23rd March 2016

Adaptive coded modulation enhances wireless data modem

Adaptive coded modulation enhances wireless data modem
Expanding the functionality of its CMX7164 multi-mode wireless data modem, CML Microcircuits has announced Adaptive Coded Modulation (ACM) capabilities. These new features allow modulation type and block format to change on the fly to dynamically select data block size, coding rate and CRC size.
18th March 2016

ATEX certified GSM/GPRS module selected for gas metering

ATEX certified GSM/GPRS module selected for gas metering
In collaboration with u-blox, Pietro Fiorentini has announced the RSE gas meter family for use in residential and industrial areas, where power efficiency, product robustness and reliability are crucial. The meters use the u-blox cellular module, SARA-G350, which is certified according to ATEX, an EU Directive defining the technical requirements and conformity assessment procedures to be applied to equipment deployed in potentially explosive environments.
18th March 2016


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